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SUNDAY, #AN~ 1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Second Buffet Supper For Independents To Be Held T

PAGE FIVE
onight

Women Plan
Aquatic Meet
For Mid-Week
Speed And Style Events,
To Take Place Jan. 26;
Sally Orr Is In Charge
Physical education major students
will participate in a swimming meet
to be held from 8a:15 to 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday in the Union Pool, Sally1
Orr, 40Ed., general chairman of the
event, announced yesterday.
The program will consist of several
events which will be judged on form,
and of races for advanced and class1
C swimmers. Those strokes to be
judged on form are the back stroke
and breast stroke. Diving form will:
also be judged.I
The races include width races, the 1

Wardrobes Brighten With Spring Prints

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Bridge, Music
And Ping Pong
Ae Sceuld

1ixer, Lecture, Concerts, Ball
Will Be High-Lights This Week

£L l G 7l 11C:.LU .1G&tBy SUZANNE POTTER 1he independents of campus. Con-
The salient feature of next week is prCss, dorimitories and league house
Second And Third Floors the fact that final exams begin on t prjesetatives are the instigators of
Of League To Be Used; Saturday. Dr. Hu Shih To Speak
t Afair o M rt A Fl .M. At 4:15 p.m. today the University! Dr. Hui Shih, one of the most emi-
Affair To Start At 6 P.M Concert Band will give a program in nent Chinese scholars of our time, will
Hill Auditorium. The selections will ;peak at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday in the
A treasure hunt, a bridge tourna- include operatic, ballet and modern Natural Science Auditorium. The title
ment, ping pong and records will en- American music. Prof. William D. cf his lecture will be "Democracy
tertain guests at the second buffet; Revelli of the music school will con- versus Fascism In China," and is

crawl for speed, resting back stroke,
breast stroke for speed, tandem crawl,
back crawl for speed and a rope relay.
Joan- Bevington, '40Ed., is the
chairman of the program committee,
Working under her are Doris Cran-
more, '4Ed., Mary Richardson, '40Ed.,
and Marian Weiss, '41Ed.
Mary May Scoville, '40Ed, heads
the officials committee and Sally
Connery, '40Ed, is on the committee.
The chairman of the scoie card com-
mittee is Mary Ellen Spurgeon, '40Ed.
Under her are Lois Clingman, '40Ed.,
and Bessie Gagalis, 4OEd.
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Fashion Forecasts Vivid Colors
In Sp rin's First Print Dresses
By JEANNE FOSTER forecast of the future" and shows'
If you see bright red, green, yellow the silver globe and tall skyscraper
and blue spots before your eyes, do administration buildings in the cen-
not attribute it to cramming and rush! ter of radiating ,roads. Both have
to the Health Service. The chances three-quarter length sleeves.
are that those spots are just the Boleros Are Back
bright new prints the campus women Aohri hssre sasl
are affecting. . Another in this series is a silk
. , - , -. Ijacket dress. The material is grey

supper sponsored by the League House
Representatives, which will be held at
6 p.m. today in the League.
Tickets for the supper, priced at 35
cents, can still be reserved at the
League desk, according to Elizabeth
Notley, '39, temporary chairman of
the organization. Congress, indepen-
dent men's organization, Assembly,
independents women's organization,
and seven women's dormitories are
cooperating with the representatives
in giving the supper.
Recordings To Be Played
The entire second and third floor of
the League are being thrown open for
the affair. The supper will be served
in the ballroom, bridge will be played
in the game room and classical rec-
ords can be heard on the electric
phonograph in the Ethel Fountain
Hussey Room. Popular recordings
will be played in the ballroom. The'
treasure hunt, planned by Miss Ma-
rie Hartwig, of the women's physical
education department, will be held
throughout the entire League build-
ing.
A song fest, led by Mary Morrison,
will be held in the ballroom after
supper.
All independent men and women
are urged to come stag, "in order to
get acquainted with as many people
as possible," Miss Notley said. Juniors
in the College of Engineering have
been specially invited to attend. Host-
esses for the supper will be women
living in league houses in Zones I
and II.
Faculty To Be Guests
Faculty guests will be Dean and
Mrs. Joseph Bursley and Prof. and
Mrs. John Emswiler. The women's

duct.j
To Discuss Exhibition
A discussion on the exhibition of
etchings, aquatints and mezzotints at
Alumni Memorial Hall will be held
at 3:30 p.m. today in the Hall. Prof.
Alexander Mastro-Valerio of the ar-
chitecture college will conduct the
discussion. The title of the forum
is "Prints, Print-Making and Print-
Collecting." The exhibition, which
will last until Wednesday, has a group
of proletarian lithographs, etchings
and woodcuts as well as the work of
Prof. Mastro-Valerio. It is sponsored
by the Ann Arbor Art Association.
The buffet supper to be held at 6
p.m. today at the League will be the
first real "mixer" to be sponsored by
Junior Women
To Seek. Posts
11 League Positions Open
For Petitioning Tomorrow
Junior women may begin petition-
ing for 11 major positions in thef
League, beginning tomorrow, accord-
ing to Angelene Maliszewski, '38, headt
of Judiciary Council. Petition. willI
be accepted until Friday.
All juniors who have done any work
at all in the League can petition for
a position, and they can apply for
the posts of president, three vice-
presidents, treasurer, secretary and
chairmen of the social, merit system,
theatre-arts, publicity and orienta-
tion committees.
Petitioning blanks can be obtained
in the Undergraduate Offices of the
League, all this week. InterviewingI
will be held at the beginning of next1
semester.
The three vice-presidents will be
selected by interview with Judiciary
Council and also by campus-wide
election. The Council will select two
womenfrom the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts, the Col-
lege of Architecture, the School of
Music and the School of Education,

under the auspices of the political
science department. Dr. Hu was
granted an honorary degree by Har-
vard University at their tercentenary
celebration.
Sir Herbert Ames, Canadian states-
man and financial expert, will speak
at 4:15 p.m. Thursday in the Natural
Science Auditorium. "Does German
Rearmament Necessarily Mean War?"
will be his subject. Sir Herbert was
the first treasurer of the League of
Nations, and attended the Nazi party
rally in Nuremberg as a British Do-
minions guest from Canada last sum-
mer.
Gina. Cigna Will Sing
Gina Signa, French-Italian so-
prano, will appear in Hill Auditorium
Friday night. Although she sang for
eight years in the major opera houses
of Great Britain, South America and
Europe, it was only last year that
she made her debut at the Metro-
politan Opera House. As a young
girl she studied painting as well as at-
tending operas and carrying on self-
study in voice. "Norma," "Aida,"
"Tosca" and "Violetta" have been
among her chief roles.
The President's Birthday Ball will
be held Friday night in the League
and Union ballrooms. The party, to
be informal, is the annual benefit to
raise funds for infantile paralysis re-
lief.
Former Students
Married Recently
The marriage of two University al-
umni was announced recently.
* Jane Robinson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Robinson of Bay
City, and Dr. Charles H. Frantz,
'32SM, son of Mrs. Charles H. Frantz
of Bay City were married Saturday,
Jan. 15 at a morning ceremony at the
home of the bride's parents.
Mrs. Frantz attended Wooster Col-
lege, Wooster, O. and graduated from
the University where she was affiliat-
ed with Alpha Phi. Dr. Frantz is a
member of Phi Rho Sigma.
The bride wore a grey sheer wool
street-length dress, trimmed in bur-

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A typical print comes in navy blue with refined sprays and clusters of
splashed with large groups of red, turquoise, roseberry, lavendar and
white and blue flowers. At the base pale green flowers. Purple velvet is
of the low V neckline are two green made into a belt and accents at the
velvet bows. It has a self material base of the neck along with a blue
belt. A very similar dress has a varia- clip. The bolero jacket has a stand-
tion of the V neckline when the ma- up collar, long sleeves and pockets.
terial folds back into the points of a A subdued daisy print in green and
collar just below the shoulder line, yellow has a full swing pleated skirt
Buttons Go Cubical h and a nipped-in jacket. Crossgrain
A navy print two-piece suit has trims the jacket and pockets. The
white lingerie touches around the* h

dormitory committee working on the
project is headed by Lorraine Lie-
vrouw, '40, and Julian Frederick,
Grad., is chairman of the Congress
committee for the supper.
W.A.A. SCHEDULE.
Badminton: Women's individual
tournament;. 7:15 to 9:15 p.m.
Wednesday, 4 to 5 p.m. Friday,

When you step out
Step into a New
PANTIE GIRDLE
KELLOGG
CORSET SHOP
ROSE M. JOSSELYN
110 East Liberty

roll collar and the bottom o:
sleeves. There are tricky glass
tons down the length of the b
Another two-piece dress has a
dium blue background and the;
strands of vivid flowers. Glass
buttons run from the neckline t
scalloped bottom of the blouse.
The World of Tomorrow p
were inspired by the coming
World's Fair in New York. One
has the conventionalized air
view of the playground on a
background and a clever celluloi
at the high neck. Another of1
handblocked prints is called

f the
but-
louse.
me-

field flower print has buttercups'
poppies, daisies and bachelor buttons
blooming profusely on a navy field.
Art feather flowers are set at the V
neck.

Breezy New Bonnets
SA I LORS
MUFFIN BRIMS
POKE BONNETS,
McKLNSEY HAT SHOP
227 SOUTH STATE STREET PHONE 2-1416

sae prints Go Tropical
cube Some of the bright tropical prints
o the come in brown and harmonizing col-
ors. One of these has the popular
prints draped neckline, self-material sash,
1939 covered buttons on the short sleeves
dress and artificial flowers. Another has
plane fagoting on the short sleeves.
d pin A dark blue alpaca has a surplice
these neckline and flowers of print silk ap-
"the' pliqued around the neck and the
sleeves. A blue wool suit has a polka
dot blouse and a vivid crimson sash.
Kappa Delta Rho Elects
I Officers For New Term
Kappa Delta Rho announces the
recent election of officers for the
second semester.
Earl Fields, '39, was elected presi-
dent; Robert Huey, '39, vice-presi-,
dent; Robert Edwards, '40, rushing
( chairman; David Smith, '39E, secre-
tary and Fredrick Radford, '38,
treasurer.
ZETA TAU ALPHA INITIATES
Zeta Tau Alpha wishes to announce
the initiation of Josephine Kift, '40,
of Pittsburgh, Ragna Randolph, 40,
of Elkhart, Ind., Dorothy Cox, '40,
Detroit, and Betty Ann Cole, '40, of
North East, Pa.

Hall vs. Helen
dence, 5:10 p.m.'
Gymnasium.
Bowling: 4 to
through Friday,
urday, Women's.
Dance Club:'

Newberry Resi-
Tuesday, Barbour
6 p.m. tomorrow
3 to 5 p.m. Sat-
Athletic Building.
7:30 p.m. Sarah

Barbour Gymnasium.
Basketball: Finals of intramural
tournament; Zone Ia vs. Alpha
Epsilon Phi, faculty vs. senior ma-
jors, 5:10 p.m. tomorrow; Jordan

and the campus will choose three gundy, and a shoulder corsage of
women for the offices. lillies-of-the-valley.
Following the ceremony the couple
A imilar procedure will be followed took a week's trip to Washington, D.C.
for the two junior and one senior po- after which they will reside at 348
sition on Judiciary Council. The Henry, Grand Rapids
head of the Council will be selected by -nyGadRais
Miss Maliszewski from the two jun-
iors now in the group.
Independent J-Hop Booth FIN
Registrations Will Cl~o ,. A

Caswell Angell Auditorium, Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Fencing: 4:30 p.m. Thursday,
Barbour Gymnasium.

Rifle: 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and -
Wednesday, 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday Final registrations for the J-Hop
and Thursday, Women's Athletic booth of Congress, independent men's
Building. organization, will be held from 3:30
Swimming Club: There will be to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Congress
no more meetings of the club until office at the Union.
next semester. The independents have secured five
booths for the J-Hop, and only one
ALPHA EPSILON PHI INITIATES has not yet been completely filled.
Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the Those who submit registrations first,
initiation of Muriel Fishman, '40, of it was explained, will be given prefer-
Grand Rapids. ' ence.

"Sizzle"

A NEW

SPRING COLOR

by A RTCRAFT
"SIZZLE" was created to give your legs
new glamour and allure! It is a golden
copper in a flourescent tone . . . ideal
foil for somber shades that need stim-
ulating. Destined to be a favorite to wear
with black, browns, greens and blues in
all their varied hues . . . for both day
and evening. .,

MOAIN R6 . h Ff lr
Triumph .
When a frock fits like a glove
...is to be had in delectable
Dusty-tones .of meltingly soft
wool . . . accented with a hand.
worked belt of colored felt.
It t! indeed a TRIUMPH to/
take in your stride
Be sure to wear it when corn.
petition is strong
For VICTORY is yours!
Sizes 9.17

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TOWN CHIFFON ............

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